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World Ballroom Dancing Congress, Blackpool May 2019

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£99.95(exc VAT)

Product code: DB-BDF19

Every year in May Blackpool becomes not only the home of one of the finest dance competitions, but also a home of the famous Blackpool Congress where world's best professional dancers and teachers give lectures about dancing at the highest level. Tickets to the Congress are expensive and places are limited, fortunatelly there are also the official Congress DVDs that allow you to experience learning from the World's finest Dancers and Coaches.

These are official DVDs (set of 5) in PAL or NTSC system containing THE WORLD'S BEST LECTURES with the world's top dance coaches and performers. The lectures are a live recording of the event that took place in Winter Gardens, Blackpool, May 2019

Motto: My Concept of the Art

  • Opening Ceremony
  • Riccardo Cocchi & Yulia Zagoruychenko - Our Concept of the Art
  • Victor da Silva & Hanna Karttunen - Our Concept of the Art
  • Andrea Ghigiarelli & Sara Andracchio - Art by Andrea & Sara
  • Dorin Frecautanu & Marina Sergeeva - Our Concept of the Art
  • Andy Liang - My Concept of the Art
  • Leonid Pletnev - "Universe - Philosophy - Dancing"
  • Sammy Stopford - My Concept of the Art and Business
  • Katerina Spasitel - My Concept of the Art
  • Hans Galke - My concept of the Art
  • Victor Fung & Anastasia Muravyova - Let us take you into our World
  • Stefano Di Filippo & Dasha - Our Concept of the Art
  • Cher Rutherford - American Smooth and Theatrical Ballroom
  • Chris Hawkins - The Beauty of Motion
  • Arunas Bizokas & Katusha Demidova - Our Concept of the Art
  • Domen Krapez & Natascha Karabey - Our Definition of the Art
  • Slavik Kryklyvyy - My Concept of the Art
  • Valerio Colantoni & Monica Nigro - Our Concept of the Art
  • Donnie Burns MBE - My Concept of the Art
Total running time: approx 9 hrs (18 lectures, average 30 min/lecture + opening and closing)

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